Learning to drive requires learning multiple practical and theory based skills. The Hazard Perception test forms the second section of the theory test. This test must be passed at the same time as the multiple choice part. You will be presented with a series of video clips which feature every day road scenes.
Remember to look out for potential, developing, or actual hazards, such as – hidden junctions and turns, broken down vehicles and road works, pedestrians crossing the road, or parked vehicles.
Have a look for yourself with our Hazard Perception Test Video. Other ways that might help improve looking out for hazards is to watch others driving. Keeping you eyes open while in the passenger seat can help improve your perception skills.
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